In one of the clips, Carlson said of Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan, "I feel sorry for unattractive women". I mean, it's nothing they did. He also said, "there's no Canadian woman that you'd want to pay to sleep with".
"Women hate you when they do you wrong and you put up with it", he said.
He described Hillary Clinton as "anti-penis" and said "you look at Hillary and you know in your heart that if she could castrate you, she would". "You just need to be quiet and kind of do what you're told".
On at least two separate occasions, Carlson voiced opinions on underage marriage and Warren Jeffs, the former leader of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who is now serving a life sentence for child rape. He was on the FBI's 10 most wanted list for arranging child marriages. Tucker thinks that's a shame.
Both Bubba the Love Sponge and his co-host immediately pushed back. He's in, he's in prison for facilitation of child rape. But what's striking about these clips is that it comes off as so natural and normal for him; it's like you're getting a chance to see who Tucker Carlson really is and what those ideas really mean. He didn't - Warren Jeffs didn't marry underaged girls, actually.
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"It's disgusting! I think the religion is ridiculous, I think it's a cult, I think it's totally immoral". One: Is this guy one of the top 10 most risky people in America? Jeffs was convicted of raping his own "wives", aged 12 and 15. You know, she didn't. It's much more planned out and plotted.
Audio recordings reveal a top Fox News host using misogynistic and offensive language on a controversial radio show. "The rapist, in this case, has made a lifelong commitment to live and take care of the person, so it is a little different".
Outback is now facing backlash on social media as Carlson's critics push for advertisers to cut ties with the show.
In a statement on Sunday night, Carlson said he had been caught "saying something naughty" a decade ago.
"By Monday morning, "#BoycottTuckerCarlson" and "#FireTuckerCarlson" were the highest trending topics on Twitter. The three and a half minute video was posted on YouTube over the weekend and includes numerous examples of Carlson saying remarkably shocking commentary from 2006 and 20011. If you're not already boycotting him, is this really going to be the thing that changes your mind? They can smell it on you, and they have contempt for it; they'll bite you.
Seeing as Fox News has seemingly served as a mouthpiece for Donald Trump, it seems fitting that one of his sons would defend one of its network's hosts.